Martha Johnson

Martha Johnson

Martha Johnson received a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Honours, from the University of Guelph, and worked with and was mentored by Tom Hodgson (Painter’s 11). Martha is known for her figurative and landscape paintings, as well as her ephemeral animal wire sculptures, typically seen in installations and photography. Her work often incorporates an environmental subtext. Currently Martha is researching and developing a body of work based on a hundred-year-old narrative about an Albatross found in the Bay of Fundy.  A listed Canadian artist, her work is held public, corporate and in private collections worldwide. Martha's work is carried by Art Interiors and White Wall North in Toronto. She is represented by Benedicte LeCat in Europe. As well, she is interested in helping new artists in getting started exhibiting their work. Visitwww.marthajohnson.ca